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Obama signals willingness to intervene militarily in Libya if crisis worsens

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""Operation Libya": US Marines on Crete for Libyan deployment"
March 3, 2011

www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=23506

Around 400 US Marines were dispatched on Thursday to a US base on the Greek Island of Crete ahead of their deployment on warships off Libya, a US military spokesman said.

Earlier this week, the USS Kearsage and the USS Ponce steamed into the Mediterranean via the Suez Canal en route to Libya.

The Kearsage amphibious assault ship, with about 800 marines, a fleet of helicopters and medical facilities on board, could support humanitarian efforts as well as military operations.

That's the whole article, three paragraphs.

"Towards the Coasts of Libya: US, French and British Warships Enter the Mediterranean"
by Agenzia Giornalistica Italia, March 3, 2011

www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=23494

I got the following article based on a copy at GlobalResearch.ca and the following Web site is the author's, KH Snow.

"Petroleum and Empire in North Africa:
Muamar Gaddafi Accused of Genocide. NATO Invasion Underway
"
by Keith Harmon Snow, March 1, 2011

www.consciousbeingalliance.com/2011/03/petroleum-empire-maps-for-north-a...

The following article includes a clip for an RT video report, and the article part seems, after doing a simple and quick search of Wikipedia, to be either all or mostly copied from the Wikipedia page for "History of Libya under Gaddafi". The search at Wikipedia was based on "Libyan Arab Republic", which is the title or subtitle, whatever, for the article at ICH. And the video report from RT is about Russian use of satelite surveillance or observation showing that Gaddafi did not command aerial attacks on protesters in the capitol of Libya, which is some of what the West has been reporting.

"Did Gaddaffi Bomb His Own People? NO!
Airstrikes In Libya Did Not Take Place - Russian Military
" (2:03)
RT, March 1, 2011

www.informationclearinghouse.info/article27594.htm

AlJazeera apparently is among the news media that've reported aerial attacks by pro-Gaddafi forces over or in the capitol, but most of these news media are American or of the West and considerably to very pro-Washington, and AlJazeera depends on the leadership of Qatar and they and Gaddafi don't get along at all; according to the article that I read, without recalling the title or the name of the author. Qatari "leadership" is in bed with Washington, the UK, et cetera, and AlJazeera has a dependence on the Qatari "leadership"; plus, I've found some rather junior-level commentaries by AlJazeera reporters, some of them anyway. AlJazeera is run by humans and I believe they have some biases. Most people do. It takes a very clear, fair, vigilant mind to live without bias and even then it can sometimes be a struggle. Of all of the AlJazeera reporting that I've read and listened to, some was definitely questionable or critiquable in some respects. They're human; they have limitations.

I don't know what the truth is about the aerial attacks against Libyans protesting in the capitol of the country. But, whether these attacks happened, or not, the fact that the West has been reporting that the attacks occurred will be used by Washington, et al, for "justifying" invasion on one or another public level, while the real level, if like usual, will be certainly deeper and most of it will be kept secret and the little we learn of it will be through deceitful bs from Washington; like half-truths, f.e. Washington might admit having military forces, overtly or covertly in Libya, while lying about the real reason.

Russia is also imperialist, to a lesser extent than the US, but still somewhat imperialist, and even if it wasn't, then it could still lie, make mistakes, or base its stated views on incomplete information or data, say. But Russia seems to be very certain that the satelite observation suffices to prove that there were no aerial attacks against protesters in the capitol of Libya, and maybe this is sufficient. I don't know enough about this "stuff" to be able to guess more than what Russia says may be right, or may be mistaken; basically just sitting atop of a picket fence, at the moment.

Who's right, who's wrong in this?

"Libya: Is Washington Pushing for Civil War to Justify a US-NATO Military Intervention?"

by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya, Feb. 24, 2011

www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=23375

People who check the GR home page will find more articles on this military manoeuvering.

The prize he is looking for is oil, black gold, Texas tea. America has the right to everybody's oil. The diplomats are busy, busy, busy.

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